Oops, she did it again. Britney Spears has caused an extremele level of pandemonium this weekend, and we're living for it. After spending the last few weeks performing in Asia as part of her creatively titled
Britney: Live in Concert
tour, she jumped in a plane and left for Israel, which is apparently the epicenter of BSpears fandom.
When the singer and icon arrived in the country, Israelis were screaming out "gimme more" because they want a piece of her. The levels of excitement over her visit were so high that the Israeli Labor Party postponed its leadership vote in "consideration for the party faithful who want to vote in the primary and then watch Britney do her thing."
When Spears attempted to visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the holy site became the center of "chaos" as a mob of people formed around her like the third coming of Jesus. The mass of people hungry for a sight of her and her "substantial security detail" eventually became too much to handle and she was whisked away to a safer space.
She also caused some controversy over a meeting with prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, which was cancelled amidst the mob scene. While it was her prerogative, Netanyahu still holds it against her--his office falsely implied the meeting had been a done deal.
Spears is scheduled to perform at Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park on Monday night. The venue has previously played hosted to Justin Bieber and Aerosmith and will feature Radiohead later this month.